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Coral Castle - The Secrets of The Coral Castle Code 144. It's truly weird how he managed to do this.

Coral Castle - The Secrets of The Coral Castle Code 144

Coral Castle built single-handedly by Ed Leedskalnin using reverse magnetism to move numerous stones weighing many tons and carving them.

I ❤ embroidery . . . The coral stitch, also called the coral knot stitch or coral knot, is a line stitch made up of knots. The coral stitch is worked from right to left for the righty and left to right for the lefty, although in reality, it can be worked from either direction with either hand, especially if you stab the stitch (taking the needle all the way to the back of the fabric and pulling through) instead of sew it (working from the front only and scooping up the fabric with each…

Video Tutorial: Coral Stitch

Portuguese Knotted Stem Stitch in hand embroidery creates a line of stem stitches with little knots on them. For more information on the Portuguese Knotted S.

Photographer Vittoria Amati captured the marine life around the coral reefs of Sulawesi, Indonesia and turned her original photos into negatives to "paint" the colors back to life. This sea anemone's vibrant tones certainly benefitted!

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All kinds of animals / Sea anemone. Vittoria Amati photographs the marine life around the coral reefs of Sulawesi, Indonesia. on imgfave

These lacy earrings look like coral or frost. The branched fringe or coraling beading technique is easy to do and yields stunning results. Once...

These lacy earrings look like coral or frost. The branched fringe or coraling beading technique is easy to do and yields stunning results. Once you master the stitch you can use it to make necklaces or to adorn clothing. Learning the Coraling.

This crinoid (also known as a feather star) Liparometra regalis, Micronesia. The white "fuzzy" look to the coral are the coral polyps feeding.

Crinoid (also known as a Feather Starfish) Liparometra Regalis, Micronesia. The white "fuzzy" look to the coral are the coral polyps feeding.

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